Daily conference room support, and several PM meetings
Audio Visual Project Manager/Technician (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – March 19, 2018
toughest job to date. learned a lot. Also worked with some not-so friendly management. Learned time management and multitasking. Long drive from home, so commute was rough. Ended up being "sequestered" a few years back. Lessons learned.
Compassionate and empathetic company with opportunities to grow
Account Manager / Technical Project Lead (Current Employee) – McLean, VA – June 20, 2018
Working with NG has been a pleasing experience. My leadership has constantly provided me with challenges and opportunities that helped me with my career growth. There were ample training opportunities provided that I was able to leverage, that helped me with my career growth.
Lead Aircraft Mechanic (Current Employee) – Norfolk, VA – June 20, 2018
I think it is hard to advancement within the company I have been trying for 3 years now. It is a great place for travel but I have been on travel for the past 15 years. I trying to get something stable in one place. Hopefully in Louisiana or texas.
There was no advancement and benefits were slow to get them applied to me. Overall good experience, but money was tight. I liked their 401k and education, but I had to ask many times before I got them.
Systems Engineer 3 (Former Employee) – Charlottesville, VA – June 16, 2018
The only individuals who have a chance at advancement or even to attend training courses are those the "Management" establishes "relationships" outside of work. Competence and Actual Job Performance does not guarantee opportunity or even retention. If you are their friend, they will do all they can do to retain you over someone more qualified or better performing.
Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) – Redondo Beach, CA – June 16, 2018
Very relaxing work environment and very flexible overtime. Good people to work with and good management. On site company store with discounts to major attractions. Extremely interesting items being built.
Cybersecurity Engineer (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – June 15, 2018
Where I was working have lots of personnel problem and they were trying reorganization a few times to finally force out my (bad) manager. It took about two years. I wish I knew my managers will be force out before I quit the job.
Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Bethpage, NY – June 13, 2018
The culture of NGC is centered around the customer and their needs. There is always a focus on being part of a team, with the customer. That is one of the most enjoyable parts of the job, understanding that you and the customer are working together as one team.
Engineer (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – June 13, 2018
Unionized and compartmentalized. Not a good place to learn or grow. A very combative place where parties are very territorial (see unionized). On most assignments I can grow and make inroads. Here there were all sorts of barriers. This seems to be a dinosaur company and a very inflexible one at that. My manager was a good guy who was put in a bad spot and did his best to take care of us.
Also, the cafeteria is terrible. The location was horrible traffic wise.
On the bright side, they made it all worth my while with a good wage and lots of OT.
Laser Tech 1 (Former Employee) – Rolling Meadows, IL – June 13, 2018
I started as a Laser Tech. I loved working there. When I asked to learn more than assembling lasers, they taught me how to troubleshoot them. Then I was taught how to build all the sub assemblies that went into make the laser. They took a Gallop Poll each year and each department worked on an area that was considered a low. Employee feedback was important to them. They treated their employees like gold. If I didn't like the city I would still be working for them. They are AWESOME!
Information Technology Analyst (Current Employee) – CA – June 12, 2018
Not good for growth, seems to be in the IT field leave it alone, we dont have the budget. if you want to advance you better know someone. Also the tech is always a few years behind the curve, and training is up to you.